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Headsettet har en svært viktig posisjon i computer periferiutstyr. Spill, musikk, video, Dre Beats overalt. Kafeer, kontorer og andre anledninger, Beats by Dre, er en viktig produkt av databrukere. Marked Beats by Dre Studio merkevaren mange produktlinjer er også svært homogen, fra enkle hodetelefoner ca 10 yuan til hundre yuan, et par hundre dollar til flere tusen dollar i high-end hodetelefoner, statiske lytter til Dr Dre Beats. Å plukke et par av pris, god kvalitet, er merkekjennskap ikke rart, kan du være litt forvirret og engstelig. Det finnes nær titalls til modellene kjente til de velkjente merker av produkter, er det nesten ikke navn pris lav såkalt no-name er ikke forferdelig parallellimport, gjorde du ikke tør garantere å selge virksomheter også kan ikke garantere din lomme pengene de aldri ville gjøre en slik garanti.

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Great post, "Let people know what you mean by value so that they can judge you relative to their wants, needs and desires." That really put it into perspective! Will definitely try and be more specific about value we add and provide at our site. Stephen Pierce said that the only reason people don't buy is that they don't understand the value of your product.

Collfosh

Thanks for the great reminder. Looking at where I'm falling short on this wisdom... so I can change it! :)

Zrdavis

I value this post.

I agree, a vague mission statement is a waste of a mission statement. You do a good job of highlighting the confusion it may cause a customer, but also consider it from the employees perspective. Every company in America drills their mission statement into their employees heads. If this is what True Value is telling their employees, I'm guessing there's likely a lack of consistency amongst their employees as well.

Southwest Airlines focuses on being the low fare carrier, and makes all of their decisions accordingly. If all they did was swap-out "low fare" with "value", their customers wouldn't know what separates them, and knowing the airline industry, would probably cease to exist.

Well written, could not agree more.

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:-)

I like brands who don't speak too much about the value they provide. Instead they let their customers do that.

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